Issue 261 Kiss 'End of the World' Bundle
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Issue 261's cover stars are Kiss. After nearly 50 years, a brace of classic records, enough explosives to start a war and more make-up than a Boots warehouse, they’re calling it a day. We join the Gods Of Thunder on their private jet as they begin their farewell tour.
Other features include…
Mark Knopfler is one of the world’s most successful musicians, but most people wouldn’t recognise the Dire Straits founder in the street or on the London Underground. And he likes it that way.
We sit down with guitarists Eric Gales and Dave Navarro, and meet “two junkies of the worst kind”.
Steve Hackett, Mike Rutherford, Tony Banks, Phil Collins and Peter Gabriel recall the making of a prog classic: Genesis’ Foxtrot.
Looking for a Next Big Thing to get behind before everyone else does? Meet Joyous Wolf, all-guns-blazing proof that proper shit-kicking rock’n’roll lives on.
We look at the 21 albums that changed the way we play guitar, starring Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix Experience, Oasis, Black Sabbath, Nirvana, The White Stripes and more.
Knowing that he’s living on borrowed time, former Ozzy and Uriah Heep drummer Lee Kerslake looks back at a life filled with of highs and lows, friendships, fallouts and reconciliations.
How Tedeschi Trucks Band’s ‘old-fashioned’ values are a vital element of their success.
Swedish speed demon Yngwie Malmsteen has enthralled and infuriated in equal measure since the 80s. Now he’s made… a blues album.
All this plus our regular features, including The Darkness, Geddy Lee, Anthrax, Josh Todd, Lovehoney and more, plus the biggest and loudest rock reviews section on the planet.